‘Gambit’ Production Start Pushed from February to March
Things just can’t run easy for the Gambit movie.
With production scheduled to start in New Orleans in February, Omega Underground is now reporting that it will be pushed back a month and begin in March.
It’s not necessarily a big deal as any number of regular reasons could be behind the change. However, this film has spent years in development Hell and has seemed snake bitten at times, so fans are obviously curious about yet another schedule adjustment.
Gambit stars Channing Tatum as mutant Remy LeBeau. He is a thief and gambler who can channel his kinetic energy into objects, notably a staff and playing cards.
Lizzy Caplan is said to be in talks to join the film in an unknown role rumored to be Bella Donna Boudreaux.
Gambit is directed by Gore Verbinski and is scheduled for release February 14, 2019.